Regional Entrepreneurship Research Group

Organisation profile

Organisation profile

Regional Entrepreneurship focuses on understanding how entrepreneurship contributes to the development and economic viability of regional communities and their entrepreneurial ecosystems. The Faculty’s main interest pertains to the interrelationships of a region’s culture, social networks, institutions, infrastructure, and stocks of financial, built, natural and human capitals interact to create economic, environmental and social outcomes in regional communities.  Also, the Faculty hopes to stimulate interest in how a broader perspective of entrepreneurship may be used to guide policy and practice in regional communities that enhance key dimensions of the region’s quality of life such as access to health care, education, and jobs.

The Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Science’s Regional Entrepreneurship Research Group aims to promote and support a diverse portfolio of research that contributes to regional community economic and social development.  Topics include the policies and practices that support Ag Tech, Start-Ups, government support programs, and the effects on regionally based entrepreneurs and small businesses of policy changes in community services such as health care, disability care, and educational programs.


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